New Year’s Day

Today is the first day of 2019. We did many things.

Yesterday, many people in New York City came to Dover, because they wanted to participate in New Year’s service.

Around 7 pm, we went to sleep together in order to avoid dozing off in the service.

We woke up at 10 pm and drove to the chapel even though it was raining outside. As I imagined, many people had arrived there already. All of them want to receive more blessings for the first day of the new year.

First of all, we shared the 10 imortant news of 2018. Then our pastor delivered the verse from Psalm 23. I fell that the lord is my shepherd and he will satisfy me in 2019. Also, God will lead me everywhere, and I will receive more blessing than before. Finally, I got my verse which is from Mattew 21:22–If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.

This morning, I got up around 8 am. It’s warm outside so I walked to Stone Church. Meanwhile, I thought about the plan for the new year. My son was excited as he got the new year money of $20.

In the afternoon, I went to the park and played basketball, and my son also went with me and played with his friends. I’m not happy about the game because our team member always played basketball with the body, and they didn’t realize that we need to cooperate as a team. They just jumped and shotted, but did not pass the ball to the team member. I was worried that they might fight each other. Fortunately, everyone was good. It’s just a game.

After dinner, our family held a meeting. We discussed the conclusion of 2018 and the plan of 2019. I’m graceful that we don’t fight against each other. We find a way to solve our difference in the past year.